At the start of the 83rd legislative session, education reform measures, including bills that strengthen the state's charter school system, increase the chances for students to take virtual courses, overhaul teaching requirements and address accountability for underperforming school districts, were top priorities for many advocacy groups and some lawmakers, including Senate Education Chairman Dan Patrick, R-Houston. Much of that legislation's fate will be determined in the final weeks of the session. Use the dropdown menu to see where different education reform bills have — and haven't — gone by category. The bills with the most recent action appear at the top. This app updates every two hours.
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